Peter Fetterman announced a joint exhibition by acclaimed photographers Michael Kenna and Pentti Sammallahti. Representing two of the leading international artists working in the traditional black and white photographic medium, showcasing over forty seminal works by each artist spanning their prolific careers. The exhibition will be the first for Michael Kenna at Peter Fetterman Gallery,... Continue Reading →

John Divola: Echo Chamber at Gallery Luisotti

 “Echo Chamber”, an exhibition featuring unique photographs created by John Divola in the late 1980s, is currently being exhibited at Gallery Luisotti. A central component of the exhibition will be a number of 20x24” Polapan prints made at the New York Polaroid Studio in 1987, 1988, and 1989; a pair of related large-scale gelatin silver... Continue Reading →

Matthew Brandt exhibition to open at M + B Gallery

M+B is pleased to announce Matthew Brandt: Velvet and Bubble Wrap, the artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery featuring new work that explores Hollywood as both a construct and a landscape. Cocaine, the Hollywood Sign, plush velvet, cheap fantasies, interchangeable personalities, identities of affect, trends, bubbles, stars, and slick surfaces—Brandt directly employs Hollywood tropes and transforms... Continue Reading →

South Korean photographer Jee Young Lee

Korean artist Jee Young Lee has been weaving herself into exceedingly clever dream worlds she creates in her studio… and despite their other worldly appearance she uses absolutely no photo manipulation for the end result. In each image you can find Lee’s young figure hidden among the vibrant details of her carefully constructed, set-like pieces –... Continue Reading →

Robert von Sternberg and R. Dean Larson exhibitions at dnj Gallery

  In its first new exhibitions of 2014, dnj Gallery will be showing traditional black and white photographs by Robert von Sternberg in the main gallery. In addition,  “Hydrographics” by R. Dean Larson will be featured in Gallery II. von Sternberg has been active in Southern California photography for several decades. This exhibition highlights samples of his black and white work spanning from... Continue Reading →

Richard Tuschman – Hopper Meditations

The following text was written by David Rosenberg and it appears along with these photos in Slate.com Although Richard Tuschman enjoys going to the theater, he is slightly more attracted to the sets and lighting than to the drama unfolding onstage.   He was also attracted to the quiet sense of drama found in the paintings of Edward... Continue Reading →

Nan Goldin featured in Room to Live at MOCA on Grand Avenue

 With an emphasis on recent acquisitions, Room to Live features selected large-scale works or single-artist presentations from MOCA's renowned Permanent Collection. Organized by Curator Bennett Simpson, the exhibition will include works in painting, sculpture, photography, installation, video, and slide-projection by Fischli & Weiss, Nan Goldin, Samara Golden, Rodney McMillian, Ryan Trecartin, and Marnie Weber, among others. Themes... Continue Reading →

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